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Got a new SBE and I usually strip the gun for good cleaning before shooting. I normally pull the trigger group and spray with Gun Scrubber to clean and then a light oil(FP10). I was wondering if the dry lubes would be a better choice to lube the trigger group?
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One Shot. Works good during the winter.....no gum ups
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Eezox is another super thin synthetic lube (oil) that has worked great for me is a salt water hunting enviroment even down to -9 degrees.
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sno wrote:One Shot. Works good during the winter.....no gum ups
Hornady one shot. Works in the Montana Artic!
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